The Byron Chronicles – A Year in the Life, Part 1

byron-chronicles-ayitlWritten by Rick Myers and Eric Busby

After the events with the Reality Stone. Byron only has one year to live. On a snowy day in January he is presented with an old book containing a tale of his past.

David Ault as Byron
Carissa DeWhitt as Max
Viktor Aurelius as Micheal
Elie Hirschman as John Dee
Dayn Rusell Leonardson as Mister Doyle
Rick Myers as The MI-15 Agent
Kevin Tremblay as Tucker T. Schwab
and Karim C. Kronfli

Music by Kevin Macleod
Byron Theme by Kai Hartwig
Script edited by Rick Myers
This episode was produced and directed by Eric Busby.

An Eric Busby production.


The Byron Chronicles – A Year in the Life, Part 1 — 6 Comments

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  2. I am pleasantly surprised to see a new “bryon chronicle” espiodse in my podcast feed today. Feels so good to be listening to another adventure of the pale man

  3. So happy as well. And it being part one means there is at least one more episode to enjoy . Thx Eric great episode by the way. It just seems to get more interesting each episode

  4. How wonderful it is to have another few episodes of this fantastic show! I have listened to it from the start and have been a devoted fan ever since. I’m saddened to think that these episodes recently released will end at some point soon but we should consider ourselves lucky to get these past few. I would like to hope that this truly isn’t the end. Its few and far between that we get to be entertained by such good writing and voice acting. The Byron Chronicles have given me and my friends such fond memories and a place to escape to from the grind of everyday life. Thank you Mr.Busby and whatever you do from here on please know you have many devoted fans here in Massachusetts!

  5. How glad I am that Byron is still with us! Though he’s not the kind of person I’d invite for tea (if I did I could easily end up dead), I find his controversial character most remarkable, and his (mis)adventures rather enjoyable to listen to. Thanks for sharing these stories, and thanks to the voice actors for bringing them to life.

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